Josai International University

Introduction

Josai International University opened in April 1992 with two faculties and two departments: the Department of Management and Information Studies in the Faculty of Management and Information Sciences and the Department of Intercultural Studies in the Faculty of Humanities. In April 2005, the university will have seven departments in five faculties and four graduate divisions.

To prepare students for employment in a broad range of fields, courses in English and basic computer skills are required in all departments. For broader perspectives and more sophisticated problem-solving abilities, students may take courses in other departments and the credits earned in these courses will be counted towards the credits required for graduation.

JIU prides itself on its youthful ambition and energy, on its commitment to forming the characters of young people with dreams and noble visions of working for the benefit of both local and international communities. The university is guided by the spiritual legacy of its founder, a mission of "character building through learning", in helping students to make themselves responsible individuals and members of society at large.

JIU provides much more than specialized and liberal education in the classroom. The university also offers three practical training programs which focus on the use of foreign language and information processing skills for planning and implementation, and on the development of the abilities to take the initiative in term endeavors.

The first of these three programs, "field training", was first introduced in Japan by JIU and includes a variety of internships and on-the-job training. The second program is "project training", in which students undertake various projects which they have conceived and planned on their own. The third is "career education", in which students choose their future occupations and start to prepare for their careers by developing their own capabilities. Through these and other training and education programs, JIU helps students to find their mission in life and offers them solid support with specific preparation training.

Locations

Chiyoda

Address
102-0093 Chiyoda, Tokyo, Japan

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